I am constantly finding new sites to explore so I thought I would post them here with the links so you can all check them out when you have time. Best part of it is most of these resources are FREE!
Better Hearing Australia Tel: 03 6510 1577 www.betterhearing.com.
Australian Hearing www.hearing.com.au
Deafness Resources Australia Ph: 1800 555 201 www.deafnessresources.net.au
Distributes deafness-related books, videos, CD0ROMS and other information to anyone with an interst in deafness Australia-wide.
Connect Hearing: Ph: 1300 656 858 www.connecthearing.com.au
http://www.nidcd.nih.gov/- learn more about communication disorders
ldonline.org - web site on learning disabilities for parents, teachers, and other professionals
asha.org – American Speech -Language Hearing Association
Speech Pathology Australia – Fact Sheets
Auditory Processing Disorder
Auditory processing disorders in children
Learning and Education Resources
www.easyreadsystem.com – 10% off if you mention my name: Sandra Ahlquist
FREE Trial Session OR check it out for yourself :) Easy Read Website and examples of how it works
resources for children with learning difficulties for at school and in the classroom
http://www.ldonline.org – resource for learning disabilities and ADHD
http://learntoreadfree.com/ – helping to read
http://www.lumosity.com/ – Brain Games
http://www.spellingcity.com/ – Spelling games that they can see and hear on the computer!
Helping children With Dyslexia
A new book with 21 super strategies to ensure your child’s success at school and a web site full of free resources for parents to be able to help their children with dyslexia.
Through the Maze:
Practical guide written by Association of Children with a disability with links and information (Australian edition.
Websites App’s for Kids
www.a4cwsn.com – to look at reviews of apps which are educational or useful for kids with special needs
(the website is an acronym for apps 4 children wth special needs).
Brainy teaching Neuroscience is helping students learn to read
Brain research and it’s implications for teaching